I’m happy to report that the download issues seem to have been resolved. The Archive.org servers have been moved into a new data center over the last few days and things seem to be back to normal now.
Download issues? Please read!
Hereโs a service announcement from archive.org (the place where I host the mp3s for the show) that might explain why over the last days the downloads didn’t always work and still have some issues:
โWe are moving many of our machines to a new datacenter July 26th between 9:30AM PST and hopefully back up by 1PM PST. At least movies, ourmedia, books, software, and some of the wayback machine will be disrupted. When we bring it back up again, we will have more room to grow and a chillier room. We will also be able to put in more bandwidth. We apologize and appreciate your tollerance.
Please be patient and keep retrying the download, it will come through eventually.
Sorry for the inconvenience, I know youโve been waiting for this show
(PS: if you happen to be able to give me a free 1TB/month of reliable bandwidth, please contact me)
Careful! Quite a bit of an intro today! (two of the listeners called it “rambling”) .. but with lots of information and … a new assignment! And.. of course, something interesting about photography as well – today: how to handle difficult lighting situations with exposure compensation.
New Assignment: “Contrast”
Rules for submitting images:
Max width: 800 pixels / Max height: 700 pixels
Max file size: 150 kilobytes / Format: JPG
Preferred File Name: “Title by Your Name.jpg”
Send to: [email protected]
Mail subject: “Contrast Assignment”
… and please don’t just take a picture from your hard drive, but actually go out and take a new one! Taking pictures in a focused way is one of the main reasons for participating in an assignment. An assignment is not a competition. Thanks ๐
MP3 for today’s show:
- MP3 link to today’s show (8.4MB)
Links from today’s show: